RODRIGO SUÁREZ
 

In this capsule Rodrigo shows us his drawings, photographs and other pieces while sharing fragments of “How not to tremble?” by Jacques Derrida.

 

RODRIGO SUÁREZ
 

In this capsule Rodrigo shows us his drawings, photographs and other pieces while sharing fragments of “How not to tremble?” by Jacques Derrida.

 

RODRIGO SUÁREZ

Rodrigo Suárez (CDMX, 1979) studied Visual Arts at UNAM’s National School of Plastic Arts. He has participated in various seminars and courses such as ‘Prácticas Fronterizas’ at Centro Cultural Border, ‘Semillero Caribe’ at Cráter Invertido, ‘Ciudadanía y Espacio Público en Tiempos del Horror’ at the Museo Memoria y Tolerancia, to name a few.

In 2004 he received the award from the Rector of the María Sklodowska Curie University, in the city of Lublin in the VII International Triennial of Art, Majdanek, Poland and the National Youth Award 2003 in the Area of ​​Artistic Activities, in CDMX.

From 2009 – 2010 he was a fellow of the Young Creators program of the National Fund for Culture and the Arts (FONCA).

He has worked for the Jumex Foundation and the Casa Proal Foundation in the production of works by different artists such as Jean-Luc Moulène, Jim Lambie, Sol LeWitt, among others. In 2018 he presented his photographs in Zona MACO foto 2018 at the Troconi-Letayf gallery and in 2019 the solo show ‘Yergue’ on Radio 28.

His graphic work simulates the transformation of the human being, searching within himself for spaces of protection through the fight against the desire for self-annihilation as a consequence of the loneliness that he sometimes feels.

Suárez’s work has been presented individually and collectively at the international level in countries such as Bolivia, Mexico, Spain, Poland, Switzerland, the Netherlands, among others.

Throughout his career, it has been said that this artist’s photographs could have come from any film by Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg.

Today Rodrigo lives and works in Mexico City.

@sustratos

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This video is part of ARCHIVO ABIERTO, a project by Atelier Romo and Arte Abierto.

Enter here if you prefer to watch the video directly on our YouTube channel.


CREDITS

VIDEO EDITOR > Christian Rivera

MUSIC > Máximo Hollander

PRODUCTION DESIGN > Arte Abierto

RODRIGO SUÁREZ

Rodrigo Suárez (CDMX, 1979) studied Visual Arts at UNAM’s National School of Plastic Arts. He has participated in various seminars and courses such as ‘Prácticas Fronterizas’ at Centro Cultural Border, ‘Semillero Caribe’ at Cráter Invertido, ‘Ciudadanía y Espacio Público en Tiempos del Horror’ at the Museo Memoria y Tolerancia, to name a few.

In 2004 he received the award from the Rector of the María Sklodowska Curie University, in the city of Lublin in the VII International Triennial of Art, Majdanek, Poland and the National Youth Award 2003 in the Area of ​​Artistic Activities, in CDMX.

From 2009 – 2010 he was a fellow of the Young Creators program of the National Fund for Culture and the Arts (FONCA).

He has worked for the Jumex Foundation and the Casa Proal Foundation in the production of works by different artists such as Jean-Luc Moulène, Jim Lambie, Sol LeWitt, among others. In 2018 he presented his photographs in Zona MACO foto 2018 at the Troconi-Letayf gallery and in 2019 the solo show ‘Yergue’ on Radio 28.

His graphic work simulates the transformation of the human being, searching within himself for spaces of protection through the fight against the desire for self-annihilation as a consequence of the loneliness that he sometimes feels.

Suárez’s work has been presented individually and collectively at the international level in countries such as Bolivia, Mexico, Spain, Poland, Switzerland, the Netherlands, among others.

Throughout his career, it has been said that this artist’s photographs could have come from any film by Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg.

Today Rodrigo lives and works in Mexico City.

@sustratos

::::::::::::::::::::

This video is part of ARCHIVO ABIERTO, a project by Atelier Romo and Arte Abierto.

Enter here if you prefer to watch the video directly on our YouTube channel.


CREDITS

VIDEO EDITOR > Christian Rivera

MUSIC > Máximo Hollander

PRODUCTION DESIGN > Arte Abierto